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UGANDA SHOULD REMAIN FIRM AGAINST SECOND HAND CLOTHES

By; Ben Musanje Civil Society Organizations under the Southern and Eastern Africa Trade Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) have backed government to phasing out the importation of second hand clothes. Last month, the United States (US) Trade Representative revealed to be reviewing trade benefits to Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda under the African Growth and Opportunity […]

PROTECT THE CLIMATE TO ACHIEVE MIDDLE INCOME

By; Charles Katabalwa The State Minister for Environment Dr. Mary Kitutu Kimono has called upon Civil Society Organizations to expeditiously act fast in the implementation of the Paris agreement to address worrying climate change conditions that threaten national development desired to lead Uganda to middle income status. Paris climate agreement, is an agreement within the […]

STATE PROSECUTORS STRIKE, COURT PARALYZED

By; News room Court processes across the country got paralyzed as State Prosecutors laid down their tools over low pay and poor working conditions. Prosecutors, under the umbrella Uganda Association of Prosecutors (UAP), are demanding that the minimum salary of the lower ranking officials be raised to at least 9 million Shillings and 40 million […]

UGANDA LOSES MILLIONS OF SHILLINGS FROM UNRECEIPTED VISAS AND RENTAL FEES

By; Francis Lubega The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PPAC) has discovered that Uganda missions abroad are not remitting funds collected from the sale of Visas and rental fees of the country’s properties abroad to the consolidated fund. The committee chaired by Angelina Ossege discovered that some of the missions’ banks collected funds from Non Tax […]